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Master Hundertwasser has completely transformed the former Thonet bentwood furniture factory in his characteristic style. Today, irregular elements of glass, metal, bricks, wood and ceramic tiles in many colors give a unique character to the formerly inconspicuous building. Opened in 1991, Kunst Haus Wien houses a permanent Hundertwasser exhibition on two floors and two additional floors are devoted to changing exhibitions. On the ground floor, there is a cafÃ©-restaurant and a shop. (www.wien.info)
Museum Hundertwasser: Adults: â‚¬10. Children up to 10 years: free. Children & young people 11-18 years: â‚¬5. School classes per student 11-18 years: â‚¬3. Mondays (except holidays): â‚¬ 5. Temporary exhibition additional. Groups and Guided Tours: For reservations please contact Katharina BÃ¶hm, email@example.com or Tel. +43-1-712 04 95-12. Audioguide:
â‚¬3 for the Museum Hundertwasser in English and German.
U1 or U4 to Schwedenplatz, continue on tram 1 (direction: "Prater Hauptallee") to Radetzkyplatz. Or: U3 or U4 to LandstraÃŸe Wien Mitte, continue on tram O (direction: "Praterstern") to Radetzkyplatz
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